Cynthia crooked her eyebrow.
He was the most stunning man she'd ever seen despite his crooked nose.
He tried to turn and raise himself to a sitting position while pushing her away, but she held back his arm in a strong grip and locked a crooked arm about his neck.
He picked her up, and crooked an eyebrow.
His face softened into a grin, as he crooked a long index finger at her.
Skinny with a crooked nose, her eyes glowed red, too, and her frown was apparent.
His figure was crooked, his limbs shrunken; his hair hung in dishevelled locks over his haggard countenance.
Save in the newer quarter of the town, the streets are narrow and crooked, several being named after the most distinguished native of the place, Antonio Rosmini-Serbati.
The narrow crooked lanes of this quarter still contrast with the straight, regularly laid-out streets of the modern city, which extends to the north-west, north and east of the ancient citadel.
Basset hounds are long and crooked-legged dogs, with pendulous ears.
"Some of them are crooked," objected the horse.
The roads were crooked and muddy and rough.
They sat in a heavy flat-bottomed boat, each holding a long, crooked rod in his hands and eagerly waiting for "a bite."
Sometimes I lost all courage and betrayed my feelings in a way I am ashamed to remember, especially as the signs of my trouble were afterward used against Miss Sullivan, the only person of all the kind friends I had there, who could make the crooked straight and the rough places smooth.
He has a long pedigree, a crooked tail and the drollest "phiz" in dogdom.
I was more independent than any farmer in Concord, for I was not anchored to a house or farm, but could follow the bent of my genius, which is a very crooked one, every moment.
The third thing--what else was it you talked about? and Prince Andrew crooked a third finger.
Shinshin? she crooked one of her fingers.